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05-16-2008 10:24 AM
Hilldweller The Rubbertite cargo liner is available in all the lengths/sizes. I got the one for a Wrangler w/subwoofer w/rearseat-removed; it goes up just past the mounting hooks for the seat. I keep my recovery gear and what-nots in bins forward of that anyhoo so it works well.
The dog is comfy on it and it really protects the carpet. The mat weighs alot for it's size; very dense rubber.
05-16-2008 09:56 AM
Husky Liner

I also bought a Husky Liner for my 06 Unlimited, I'm Ok with the product, but to me it seemed about 20 inches to short. I don't carry a back seat and I wanted the liner to come forward to the rear of the front seats, any suggestions.
05-16-2008 08:23 AM
eziduzit That liner you posted looks like EXACTLY what I'm looking for! I do agree about the not having a lip thing. If there was a product like that one WITH a lip, it would be perfect!

I guess the best comparison of what I'm looking for is something along the lines of the Jeep "all weather" mats. Those things look and feel like they're going to stand up to both abuse and time!

Anyone else have a liner they love?


05-16-2008 05:20 AM
Hilldweller The Husky liner is a very tough product; don't knock it until you've lived with it. I have them for the front.

In the back, I wanted something rubbery and more comfortable for the dog to lay down.
I got this:
It will hold a certain amount of crud in the little circles but doesn't have a lip. It is very flexible, tough, and comfy for the dog ---- smelled like a skunk when new.
Nice product, perfect for me, but not for everybody.

Hope that helped...
05-15-2008 07:07 PM
Cargo liner suggestions?

Just picked up a 2008 JK unlimited. Knowing I'll be throwing some SERIOUSLY muddy objects in the back, I thought i'd order a cargo liner. I went online and found one that LOOKED like it was going to do the job... it's a Huskly cargo liner.

I paid $91 dollars for this thing and it's a hunk of crap! I've never seen such a flimsy WAY over-priced piece of junk.

Sorry for ranting, but my disappointment was huge.

Does anyone know of a cargo liner for the unlimited that is going to hold up over time, and that is perhaps made of rubber not thin plastic?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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